17

Oct 22

P2P Medical Equipment support to Dessie Comprehensive Hospital

PEOPLE TO PEOPLE U.S.A in collaboration with HealthCare Alliance provided Medical Equipment support to Dessie Comprehensive Hospital on 17th of...
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15

Jul 22

P2P has been selected as Best Partner of the Year (21/22)

Dear Prof Enawgaw Glad to inform you that P2P has been selected as Best Partner of the Year (21/22) by...
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6

Feb 22

Dr. Electron Kebebew

In the Spotlight Section of this issue, we present the profile of none other than Dr. Electron Kebebew. He is...
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6

Feb 22

Blood in stool: Colon cancer unless proven otherwise

Kebede Begna, MD Rochester, Minnesota As the saying goes “Prevention is better than cure” among one of the proven methods...
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6

Feb 22

Digitizing patient data- some perspectives and recommendations for Ethiopia

Mulugeta Gebregziabher, PhD Professor and Vice Chair Department of Public Health Sciences Medical University of South Carolina E-mail: gebregz@musc.edu Introduction: An electronic...
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6

Feb 22

The health and environmental hazards of “festal” or disposable plastic bags and other disposable plastics in Ethiopia

Abebe Haregewoin, MD, Ph. D. Maryland, USA The scourge of “festal” aka plastic bags in Ethiopia and Africa Thousands of...
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6

Feb 22

The Coming of Age of Hospice and Palliative Medicine in Ethiopia

Anteneh Habte, MD Virginia, USA The history of pain and suffering is as old as mankind itself.  Prior to the...
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6

Feb 22

The wild side of infections, a complex and cryptic source of disease spillover to human, and an ecologically relevant interface in one health

Zelalem H. Mekuria DVM, PhD. Post-doctoral Scholar, School of Veterinary Medicine Louisianan State University, Baton Rouge, LA zmekuria1@lsu.edu History has...
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6

Feb 22

Message from Editor in Chief

The purpose of a Newsletter is typically to disseminate information on the activities of an organization, in this case that...
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6

Feb 22

Blood in stool: Colon cancer unless proven otherwise

Kebede Begna, MD Rochester, Minnesota As the saying goes “Prevention is better than cure” among one of the proven methods...
Read More

6

Feb 22

Message from Editor in Chief

The purpose of a Newsletter is typically to disseminate information on the activities of an organization, in this case that...
Read More

6

Feb 22

The health and environmental hazards of “festal” or disposable plastic bags and other disposable plastics in Ethiopia

Abebe Haregewoin, MD, Ph. D. Maryland, USA The scourge of “festal” aka plastic bags in Ethiopia and Africa Thousands of...
Read More

6

Feb 22

The Coming of Age of Hospice and Palliative Medicine in Ethiopia

Anteneh Habte, MD Virginia, USA The history of pain and suffering is as old as mankind itself.  Prior to the...
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6

Feb 22

The wild side of infections, a complex and cryptic source of disease spillover to human, and an ecologically relevant interface in one health

Zelalem H. Mekuria DVM, PhD. Post-doctoral Scholar, School of Veterinary Medicine Louisianan State University, Baton Rouge, LA zmekuria1@lsu.edu History has...
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6

Feb 22

Digitizing patient data- some perspectives and recommendations for Ethiopia

Mulugeta Gebregziabher, PhD Professor and Vice Chair Department of Public Health Sciences Medical University of South Carolina E-mail: gebregz@musc.edu Introduction: An electronic...
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15

Jul 22

P2P has been selected as Best Partner of the Year (21/22)

Dear Prof Enawgaw Glad to inform you that P2P has been selected as Best Partner of the Year (21/22) by...
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6

Feb 22

Dr. Electron Kebebew

In the Spotlight Section of this issue, we present the profile of none other than Dr. Electron Kebebew. He is...
Read More